Monthly Archives: December 2010
Another possibility of a Michigan Supreme Court appointee, soon-to-retire Court of Appeals Judge Richard A. Bandstra. You can read a recent story in the Grand Rapids Press about his stepping down from the bench. Hmmm. The timing is convenient. Here’s … Continue reading
The Trentadue decision of 20o7 was important because it overturned common law concerning the window of opportunity to bring suit. A murder, unsolved for 19 years, was the crime at the center of the case. The victim’s daughter wanted to … Continue reading
Brian McGillivary of the Traverse City Record Eagle has reported reflections by Justice Elizabeth Weaver (retired) of the recent events at the Michigan Supreme Court. In particular, she speaks about openness at the Court, the recent election, and needed reforms. … Continue reading
December 15, 2010 — A task force? Yep, it’s official: High Court elections/appointments are busted and need fixin’.
So interesting to see that others also think the operations of the Michigan Supreme Court are out of kilter. This most recent election should give most of us some pause to wonder where all the money came from and where … Continue reading
It’s taken a little while to get this to you: A message from Democratic Party Chairman Mark Brewer to me is that, no, the Democrats don’t have a copy of the Republicans’ robocall by Michelle Engler concerning Supreme Court Justice … Continue reading